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Hi I am trying to upgrade my shuttle pc, but I am finding it hard to get components that fit into a shuttel pc. E.G. - Motherboards - CPU - Graphics cards & all other components needed. Thank you David

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  • achiukwan Dec 01, 2008

    My motherboard in my Shuttle PC is toasted. model SKG22; cpu AMD 3000+ Socket 754, AM2.



    RAM, HD, Floppy, & DVD writer are fine & I can remove to another chassis.



    Whatt are my options?



  • Justin Goldberg Feb 17, 2009

    Where is the motherboard located, and how do I get to it?


  • god13dantas Feb 28, 2009

    preciso da atualização da bios da placa pt800 ou pt8ms e tambem dos drives meu e-mail god.dantas@gmail.com



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Shuttle pcs are rarely fitted with agp graphics because of space, and normally always suplied as a complete shuttle, very hard to get spares. You may be better and cheaper by buying a comlete setup http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/cat/Barebones/subcat/Shuttle-Barebone-Systems

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Have old desktop PC. was running OK, then got new PC. Now the old PC will not boot up - the fan sputters like you are flipping its power off and on continuously. what could be the issue?


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Upgrade the BIOS


Hello you can try this site:

http://global.shuttle.com/products/productsDownload?productId=467&osId=4

But you have to be 100 % sure its the right model
Flashing the wrong bios WILL destroy the mainboard !!!!!!!!!!!

Find the right model here:

http://global.shuttle.com/download/download

Use even this software:

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

To ID your mainboard. It can also tell you what bios version you have.

Best luck

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good luck and do rate if helped

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Mk40vn


I did go to Shuttle to look for a bios upgrade & Shuttle does not list any bios files. I found one bios file at Softpedia & downloaded it to see the date. The .rom file is dated 11/28/2003. I gather your 2003 is close.
http://drivers.softpedia.com/progDownload/Shuttle-MK40VN-Bios-103-Download-6730.html
The current bios does not allow you to clock the CPU to its correct frequency.
AMD XP 2400+ frequency
Bus speed (MHz) = 266
Clock multiplier = 15

You can try turning on the over clocking, see the manual page 57. These setting would be normal for the AMD XP 2400+ CPU.
I'm looking at the max frequency for the Shuttle is topped out at
198MHz. As far as the IDE hard drive I'd like you to download the manufactures bootable floppy software & check the drive with this floppy disk. (Works in a dos like mode). No windows involved. The Mfg's software will test & repair the drive if needed & will also set the drive up, set cluster size, choose NTFS FAT or any other FAT you wish for windows XP. It's better than windows format. You'll fine there are other options you can turn on & off if you wish. (If you run the Mfg's software, disconnect any other hard disk drive by removing the data cable).
On a personal note, I always use the Mfg's bootable software to set up any drive be it IDE or SATA I, SATA II.
Shuttle site's.
http://global.shuttle.com/download03.jsp?PI=516&PL=2

Live chat:
http://us.shuttle.com/Scgsupport/Support2.htm

Good luck cfuller77!
If you find you need more help, just ask...

Mike

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